Donor-Funded Non-Scholarship Endowments
Non-scholarship endowed funds enhance the quality of a Duquesne education in many ways. These funds range from endowed chairs and programs to resource funds assisting students with educational expenses other than tuition. Click on the listings below for descriptions of these funds.
Frank T. Ebberts Program in Legal Studies Endowment
Established by the Frank T. Ebberts Charitable Foundation, this fund supports the Business Law Program. Administrator: Dean of the A.J. Palumbo School of Business.
Eden Hall Library Endowment
Created by the Eden Hall Foundation, this fund supports the Gumberg Library. Administrator: University Librarian.
Clark Edwards, Ph.D. Communication Innovation Endowment
Created by many generous donors, this fund is awarded to an undergraduate student with a declared major in Communications and Rhetorical Studies who meets the internship/work experience requirements. Administrator: Chair of the Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies.
Fox and Cenedella Family Resource Fund
Created by Stephen C. Cenedella, M.D., this fund provides fifth-year, clinical phase Physician Assistant students with financial support to defray the costs of non-tuition, ancillary expenses
Dorothy Frayer Endowed Resource Fund
Created by Dorothy Frayer, this fund provides for activities, workshops, awards, materials, etc. within the Center for Teaching Excellence. Administrator: Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence.
Edward V. Fritzky Chair in Biotechnology Leadership
Created by Edward V. Fritzky, this fund is used for the benefit of the holder of the Edward Fritzky Chair in Biotechnology Leadership. Administrator: Provost.